Here it is! The much anticipated v.83 of the The Nuz Pyramid PQ. Never before has one bot given you so much control over one party quest! v.83 represents a myriad of improvements and introduces several new and fresh features!
>>> Windows Vista/7 Users ~ You MUST run this program ‘As An Administrator’ for it to work as intended.
What it does?The Nuz Pyramid PQ (NzPyPQ) is a bot program that will move your character into the Monster Survival PQ located at Nett’s Pyramid (PyPQ). The bot program will repeatedly enter the party quest, complete it, collect a gem after completion and then repeat. This process happens on a continuous loop without any need for player interaction.
What it doesn’t doThe bot program does not collect the boxes from the bonus stage of the party quest. That part is up to you. It will one complete the PQ and farm the gems that are collected.
Automatic MapleStory Window Detection – The old system is gone. The bot will now provide you with a list of all your active MapleStory windows and allow you to pick which one to target. Lag-O-Meter – For those who suffer erratic lag conditions or who want to protect themselves from possible lag, the bot provides a meter for lag compensation. You can set your lag level to Minimum, Average, Heavy, or Maximum and the bot will calculate how much time is needed for NPC chat delays. The setting is preemptive not dynamic. (If you set the meter to minimum lag, and you experience heavy lag conditions, the bot can not compensate unless you set it to the right lag conditions.) Character Movement Duration – You can now set how far to the left/right your character will walk at it’s movement interval. Speed is no longer an issue. (FIXED) Asynchronous time-based AutoPot – The third of the AutoPot systems used. This version is 100% accurate with only 10ms variance; use it wisely, it will AutoPot at you given interval, so make sure you have as many pots as you need. Change Direction After Movement – This will prevent your character from “hugging” a wall by immediately switching its attack direction after a left/right movement. Emote After Quest Completion – Your character will make anywhere between 1-3 random faces during the intermission between each PQ run. This helps mask the fact that you’re botting (and its pretty funny). The PAUSE Feature – You can now “pause” the bot during it’s run. Pausing requires that your character be currently inside a PQ stage. When paused your character will continue to attack, but will not move itself to the left or the right; the monsters inside the PQ will usually knock you around enough so that your a type of UA is in effect. If the character is still paused after all 5 stages have been completed, the character will wait at the PQ exit until un-paused. The pause is time-accurate — That means that the bot knows what to do and where it is when un-paused, you do not need to restart. The great thing about this feature is that while in pause mode, the keyboard lock is muted so you can use other windows and do other tasks on your computer without corrupting the bot process. Import, and Export (Save) Settings – You can now save all your key configurations and bot settings. You can also load the settings from saved files. This allows you to create different setting profiles for different types of characters, and load them accordingly. Key Injection Method Selection – The bot will now allow you to choose between two (4 in future versions) different methods of key injections. Each one has unique caveats. By default the bot will use a mixture of the two methods, but you can choose which one you prefer. Minimize To System Tray – self explanatory. Super Hide – The bot can hide itself completely from the system view while operating. Your character will continue to bot and while super hide is active the bot will disappear completely. Guided Help System – The bot now includes a help menu which provides explanations and screen shots of all of the bot’s features as well as a FAQ page to answered your questions. Improved Action Tracing – The Trace window now includes more information about the bot process and allows you to save the trace record as a log file. Features
100% Undetectable 100% No A/B Will work with ANY Version of GMS Support for Adventurers Support for Knights of Cygnus Support for Arans User-defined Keys User-defined intervals Lock Keyboard Focus – When enabled prevents any window other than the target MapleStory window from obtaining keyboard focus. Window Transparency High-resolution Timers Lag Protection Minimal Memory Usage AutoPot HP – Automatically triggers pot usage at a specified interval. AutoPot MP – Automatically triggers pot usage at a specified interval. Action Tracing Left/Right Movement – L/R Duration controls how long your character will spend making a Left/Right movement, and Frequency controls how frequently you character will try to make a Left/Right movement. *All time values are measured in milliseconds ( 1000 milliseconds = 1 second).
[F5] Toggle the ‘Super Hide’ state [F6] Open/Close the Trace Window [F7] Pause/Un-Pause [F8] Start/Abort [F9] Enable/Disable Keyboard Focus Locking [F10] Change Lag Compensation Level (Lag-O-Meter) System Requirements
You must have a working installation of the .NET framework v2.0 or higher. If you don’t you will receive an application error when executing the program. You can download the .NET framework, or you can just run a Windows Update.
Directions (Before you begin make sure you have patched your Mob.wz with a yeti filter. If you haven’t already one can be downloaded.
Open MapleStory (Either from the website, or from the executable). Switch to Windowed Mode. Run the bot (NzPyPQ.exe); If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7 you must run the bot ‘As An Administrator.’ Select a MapleStory window from the drop-down menu. Configure your settings, or you can load a previously saved settings file. Click ‘Start.’ Enjoy Guys!